Sooner or later you may face the burning question: How in l’enfer do you spell
resume, résumé and/or resumé? Do you need two accents, one accent or none at all? And if so, why? Zut alors, so many choices!
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“Why did you leave your last job?” is a classic interview question that should be answered carefully. A prudent response can help you win over the employer and put you on the path to landing the position.
“Sir” or “Madam” might have their place in polite society, but not in cover letters. Here, we look at why “Dear Sir or Madam” is the wrong way to address your cover letter recipient and the best alternatives.
The best resumes are full of your strengths – not simply abilities you possess, but traits and knowledge that set you apart. Adding personal strengths in your resume allows you to highlight your expertise and mastery of the field. With the right resume strengths, hiring managers will quickly see you as a fierce contender for that perfect position.
Getting on with others is the key to business success, but how are interpersonal skills defined and how might we use these examples in our resume to make it stronger? Which interpersonal skills does the job require?